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YY.COM Class 7740 Writing a covering letter.

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  • 1. Hello my name is Lex I come from Australia I was born in Melbourne, Victoria at the bottom of Australia. My job is security products sales I travel to China with my work. I have been studying Chinese for about 4 years and love listing to Chinese music and singing Chinese song. I like talking to friends on QQ and joined YY to help my spoken Listing and reading Chinese . I have been teaching on YY for more than 2 years . Hope I can help you to love English the way I love Chinese. Regards Lex
  • 2. Step to a New Job
  • 3. Your Focused Resume is Your First Step to a New Job • A focused resume is the starting point of finding and acquiring your dream job. When you begin your hunt for a new job, your very first step is creating a persuasive and unique resume. There are right and wrong ways to complete your resume. If you aren’t sure what is the proper way, look at a template or search the Internet for resume tips. You want your resume to look professional, contain all pertinent information, and yet be easy to read.
  • 4. Your Resume should be Precise and Organized: • The more information you can put in the better, but leave out all the fluff. Be precise and to the point on your education, experience, attributes and quality points. Networking is essential but the resume is what principals will look at first. Who you know may get you the interview but it doesn’t guarantee you the job. What you have done is what will get your foot in the door. If you hand over a sloppy resume, you will not be taken seriously, and your chances of getting a teaching job will be slim.
  • 5. Your Resume is a Reflection of You: • it is your history, and is the first thing a potential school sees. Your resume is the first tangible point of communication between you and your potential principal. You will be selling yourself with this significant piece of paper. If your resume is well organized, current and professional, this reflects the type of teacher you are likely to be. You need to sell yourself not only by what the resume contains, but also by its appearance. Both the content and appearance are critical for your resume.
  • 6. Keep Your Resume up to Date: • When hiring, administrators and schools read through stacks of resumes. This is time consuming, and sometimes time is what they don’t have. The more precise, organized and shorter your resume is, the easier it is for them to read. Your resume allows the school to read the benefits of hiring you by explaining your skill sets and experience. It also contains your contact information, allowing them to get in touch with you easily. Remember to keep it up to date especially if you gain new knowledge or experience, change your contact information or take new courses.
  • 7. Focus on the Skills that Apply to the Job: • Remember the most important function of a resume is to showcase your skills and achievements. A resume should contain all of the reasons why the school should hire you. When you are applying for a specific teaching position, focus on the skills you have for that particular position. For instance, if you are applying for a position as an ESL (English as Second Language) teacher, you will probably focus on your previous ESL teaching experience, ESL courses you’ve taken, or your English B.A., and any other relevant experience you may have in that field. It would mean nothing to the school if you included your ability to teach math or chemistry, because that is not what they are looking for.
  • 8. Construct the Right Kind of Resume: • If you choose to pursue a new teaching job through the numerous online job boards, it is more important than ever to have an excellent, well-written, and professional resume. You will want to create an E-Resume just specifically for Internet applications. Some schools prefer that the resume be done in Rich Text or PDF format. Make it editable so that it can be adjusted to fit each position you apply for. You will want it to focus on the skills that are particular to each teaching position.
  • 9. Be Grammatically Correct: • Before printing, mailing or submitting any form of your resume, complete a spell check. Check the grammar, punctuation, formatting, and content. Make sure it flows smoothly, is organized and easy to read. The quicker a principal can go through your resume, the quicker you may have that position you are seeking. A quick way to do this is to make a few lists before doing your resume. List your education, experience, specialized skills and attributes. Then do your resume in an outline form. The principal can then go right the down the list and easily read your information.
  • 10. Cover Letters are very important in the job application process
  • 11. Motivational Cover Letter : Opening • • • • • • • • • • • • Dear Sir, 尊敬的先生, Formal, male recipient, name unknown Dear Madam, 尊敬的女士, Formal, female recipient, name unknown Dear Sir / Madam, 尊敬的先生/女士, Formal, recipient name and gender unknown Dear Sirs, 尊敬的先生们, Formal, when addressing several unknown people or a whole department
  • 12. Motivational Cover Letter : Opening • To whom it may concern, • 尊敬的收信人, • Formal, recipient/s name and gender completely unknown • Dear Mr. Smith, • 尊敬的史密斯先生, • Formal, male recipient, name known • Dear Mrs. Smith, • 尊敬的史密斯女士, • Formal, female recipient, married, name known
  • 13. Motivational Cover Letter : Opening • • • • • • Dear Miss Smith, 尊敬的史密斯小姐, Formal, female recipient, single, name known Dear Ms. Smith, 尊敬的史密斯小姐/女士, Formal, female recipient, name known, marital status unknown • Dear John Smith, • 亲爱的约翰 史密斯, • Less formal, one has done business with the recipient before
  • 14. Motivational Cover Letter : Opening • I wish to apply for the post of…which you advertised in…on… . • 我想申请您于...在...上刊登的...招聘职位。 • Standard formula for applying for a job whose advertisement you saw in a newspaper or magazine • I am writing in response to your advertisement posted on… • 我写这封信是看到您在...上登的招聘信息。 • Standard formula used when responding to an advertisement posted online • I refer to your advertisement in…dated… . • 我看到您于...在...上登的招聘信息。 • Standard formula used to explain where you found the advertisement for a job • I read your advertisement for an experienced…in the…issue of…with great interest. • 我对您在...杂志,第...期上刊登的...职位招聘很感兴趣。 • Formula used when applying for a job having seen the advertisement in a magazine or periodical
  • 15. Motivational Cover Letter : Opening • I have pleasure in applying for the advertised position, as… • 很高兴申请您所招聘的...职位。 • Standard formula for applying for a job • I would like to apply for the position of… • 我想申请...的职位。 • Standard formula for applying for a job • Currently I am working for… and my responsibilities include… • 目前我在...工作,我的主要职责包括... • Used as an opening sentence to describe your current occupational status and what it involves
  • 16. Motivational Cover Letter : Reasoning • • • • • • • • • • I am particularly interested in this job, as… 我对此工作很感兴趣,因为... Used to explain why you would like a certain job I would like to work for you, in order to… 我想为您工作,因为... Used to explain why you would like a certain job My strengths are… 我的强项是... Used to show what your key attributes are I would say that my only weakness / weaknesses are… . But I am looking to improve in this / these area/s. • 我要说我唯一的缺点/缺点是...,但是期待着改进此/这些方面. • Used to reflect upon your weaknesses, but show that you are determined to improve in those areas
  • 17. Motivational Cover Letter : Reasoning • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I would be well suited to the position because… 我很适合这个职位,因为... Used to explain what makes you a good candidate for the job Although I have no previous experience in…, I have had… 我没有...领域的直接经验,但是有... Used if you have never had the chance to work in a certain business field, but can demonstrate qualities from other experiences you have had My professional qualifications / skills appear to be well suited to your company's requirements. 我的专业技能/素质和贵公司的要求非常匹配。 Used to explain what skills make you good candidate for the job During my time as ..., I improved / furthered / extended / my knowledge of… 做...工作期间,我改进/增强/扩展了...领域的知识。 Used to demonstrate your experience in a certain field and ability to acquire new skills My area of expertise is… 我的专长领域是... Used to show in which field of work you main attributes and experiences are
  • 18. Motivational Cover Letter : Reasoning • Whilst working at… I became highly competent in… • 在...工作期间,我很能胜任...方面的工作。 • Used to demonstrate your experience in a certain field and ability to acquire new skills • Even when working at high speed, I do not neglect accuracy and would therefore be particularly suitable for the demands of working as …. • 即使工作节奏很快,我也没有忽视过准确性,因此特别适合... 工作要求。 • Used to explain why you would be good at the job using the experience gained from your previous employment history • Even under pressure I can maintain high standards. • 即使在压力下我也能保持高标准。 • Used to show that you can work in a demanding business environment
  • 19. Motivational Cover Letter : Reasoning • And thus I would have the opportunity to combine my interests with this placement. • 这样我有机会将个人兴趣和此职位结合起来。 • Used to show that you have a personal interest in the job • I have a lively interest in … and would appreciate the opportunity / chance to broaden my knowledge by working with you. • 我对...很有兴趣,很珍惜和您共事的机会以拓展个人视野。 • Used to show that you have a personal interest in the job • As you can see from my enclosed résumé, my experience and qualifications match this position's requirements. • 从我附上的简历您可以看出,我的经历和素质很符合这个职位 的要求。 • Used to highlight your résumé and show how well the job would suit you
  • 20. Motivational Cover Letter : Reasoning • My current position as…for...has provided me with the opportunity to work in a high-pressure, team environment, where it is essential to be able to work closely with my colleagues in order to meet deadlines. • 我现在在...公司的...职位让我有机会在一个高压的团队 环境下工作,为了按时完成任务,我必须和同事们紧密 合作。 • Used to display what skills you have gained from you current job • In addition to my responsibilities as..., I also developed…skills. • 除了作为...的职责,我还锻炼了...的技能。 • Used to show additional skills gained from your current job. Skills that may not normally be associated with your occupational title
  • 21. Motivational Cover Letter : Skills • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • My native language is…, but I can also speak… 我的母语是...,但我也会说... Used to show your native language, and also other languages in which you have fluency I have an excellent command of… 我熟练掌握... Used to show non-native languages that you can communicate to a high level in I have a working knowledge of… 我能用...语进行工作交流。 Used to show non-native languages that you can communicate to an intermediate level in I have …years experience of working… 我在...领域有...年工作经验。 Used to show your experience in a certain business area I am an experienced user of… 我是...的熟练使用者。 Used to show what computer software you can use
  • 22. Motivational Cover Letter : Skills • • • • • • • • • • • • I believe I possess the right combination of...and… . 我相信我拥有...和...技能的良好结合。 Used to show how balanced your skills are Excellent communication skills 出色的沟通交流技能 The ability to share information with and explain things to your colleagues Deductive reasoning 演绎推理能力 The ability to understand and explain things quick and effectively Logical thinking 逻辑性思考 The ability to construct one's ideas in a precise, well thought-out manner
  • 23. Motivational Cover Letter : Closing • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Deductive reasoning 演绎推理能力 The ability to understand and explain things quick and effectively Logical thinking 逻辑性思考 The ability to construct one's ideas in a precise, well thought-out manner Analytical skills 分析技能 The ability to assess things in detail Good interpersonal skills 良好的人际交往技能 The ability to manage and communicate with colleagues effectively Negotiation skills 谈判技能 The ability to do business deals with other companies effectively Presentation skills 观点陈述能力 The ability to communicate ideas effectively in front of a large group
  • 24. Motivational Cover Letter : Closing • I am highly motivated and look forward to the varied work which a position in your company would offer me. • 我积极性很高并很期待贵公司该职位所能提供的不同工作。 • Used when closing to reiterate one's desire to work for the company • I see new tasks / this position as a welcome challenge, which I look forward to. • 我把新任务/这个职位看作挑战,并且很期待。 • Used when closing to reiterate one's desire to work for the company • I would welcome the opportunity to discuss further details of the position with you personally. • 我很期待有机会和您进一步讨论职位细节。 • Used when closing to hint at the possibility of an interview • Please find my résumé / CV attached. • 附件中附上我的个人简历。 • Standard formula used to tell the employer that your résumé / CV is included with the cover letter
  • 25. Motivational Cover Letter : Closing • • • • • • • • • • • • I can supply references from…if required. 如有需求,我可以从...处提供相关证明。 Standard formula used to tell the employer that you are willing to provide references References can be requested from… 从...处可以获得相关证明。 Used to tell the employer that you are willing to provide references and who they can contact for these I am available for interview on… 在...我可以接受面试。 Used to indicate when you are free for an interview Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to the opportunity to personally discuss why I am particularly suited to this position. Please contact me via… 感谢您的时间和精力,我期待着有机会亲自和您讨论为什么我很适合这个职 位。您可以通过...联系我。 Used to give one's preferred contact details and to thank the employer for reviewing your application
  • 26. Motivational Cover Letter : Closing • • • • • • • • • • • • • Yours faithfully, 此致 Formal, recipient name unknown Yours sincerely, 此致 敬礼 Formal, widely used, recipient known Respectfully yours, 肃然至上 Formal, not widely used, recipient name known Kind/Best regards, 祝好 Informal, between business partners who are on first-name terms More specific terms and words can be found at http://en.bab.la/phrases/application/cover-letter/english-chinese/
  • 27. Job Intervews
  • 28. Come up have your say!! • Have you had a job Interview? • How was the interview was it a scary experience? • Were you able to answer all the interviewers questions. • What did you learn from the interview.? • What will you do different in your next interview?
  • 29. New Words
  • 30. Learning new words • • • • • suggested told built permitted increased • • • • • offered invited founded left written
  • 31. Pick the missing word? 1. The factory was ______ in 1953. a) b) c) d) suggested told built permitted
  • 32. Pick the missing word? 2. The company was ______ in 1983. a) increased b) founded c) left d) written
  • 33. Pick the missing word? 3. I was ______ to make a presentation at the Conference. a) suggested b) increased c) permitted d) invited
  • 34. Pick the missing word? 4. The job was ______ to Frank but he turned it down. a) offered b) permitted c) left d) written
  • 35. Pick the missing word? 5. I was ______ that I wouldn't need to bring my own slide projector. a) told b) increased c) permitted d) written
  • 36. Pick the missing word? 6. The report was ______ by a leading expert in the field. a) suggested b) increased c) left d) written
  • 37. Pick the missing word? 7. Smoking is not ______ on these premises. a) suggested b) left c) permitted d) increased
  • 38. Pick the missing word? 8. Some things are best ______ unsaid. a) suggested b) left c) offered d) increased
  • 39. Pick the missing word? 9. Taxes are being ______ by 20%. a) b) c) d) suggested increased offered invited
  • 40. Pick the missing word? 10. It has been ______ that we should delay this decision for a few weeks. a) suggested b) built c) offered d) invited
  • 41. Learning to Reading Please join the cue read with a partner take it in turns http://www.eslfast.com/easydialogs/
  • 42. I need a job • A: I need a job. B: I thought you had a job. A: I did. B: What happened? A: I got laid off. B: That’s terrible! When did it happen? A: I got laid off last week. B: Just you? A: No, ten of my co workers got laid off, too. B: What are you going to do? A: I’m looking in the newspaper for a job. B: Good luck!
  • 43. Bad Service • A: Have you seen our waiter? B: Here he comes now. A: We’ve been sitting here for almost 10 minutes. B: Oops, I guess I was wrong. That isn’t our waiter. A: We can give him five more minutes, and then leave. B: I’ll go up front and talk to the manager. A: That’s a good idea. B: Maybe they’ll give us free drinks for waiting so long. A: Maybe he’ll send us our waiter immediately. B: Every time we eat out, it’s an adventure. A: Last time, we got seats next to the kitchen. B: We’ll never go there again.
  • 44. A Good Table • A: Is this table okay? B: No, it’s too close to the kitchen door. A: How about this table? B: No, it’s too close to the front door. A: This looks like a nice table. B: No, it’s too close to the salad bar. A: Okay, I give up. B: Well, there is one good table. A: Great. Which one? B: That one. A group of eight just sat down at it.
  • 45. Before you go to that interview • A: Before you go to that interview, check yourself. B: What’s to check? A: Are your nails clean? B: Yes, they are. A: Did you double-check your nose and teeth? B: They are clean, too. A: Did you shine your shoes? B: My shoes are shined. A: Do your socks match? B: Of course they match. A: No, they don’t. One is black and one is dark blue. B: Yikes! Thank you.
  • 46. Life is hard • A: Life is hard. B: It sure is. A: I thought school was hard. B: Me, too. I couldn’t wait to graduate. A: But now work is hard, too. B: I agree. Work is just as hard as school. A: Sometimes I wish I was back in school. B: Me, too. School was fun. A: And it was only 12 years. B: It went by pretty fast. A: But work goes on forever! B: We have to work for 30 years!
  • 47. I don’t like my job • A: I don’t like my job. B: What do you do? A: I’m a babysitter. B: Is that a lot of work? A: Babies cry all the time. B: You have to change their diapers. A: I have to feed them. B: Are you looking for another job? A: No, I’m looking for another family. B: Another family? A: A family with only one baby. B: That’s a good idea.
  • 48. Talk about their jobs? • A: Do your students ever talk about their jobs? B: Yes, and they ask me what jobs are the best. A: I tell my students to become a teacher. B: Teaching is a great job. A: It’s the best job I’ve ever had. B: What makes it so good? A: For me, it’s the students. B: What do you mean? A: I mean I have wonderful students. B: That must be nice. A: Teaching is the best part of my whole day. B: You’re a lucky man to have a job you love
  • 49. Something real stupid • A: I think I did something real stupid. B: What did you do? A: I bought some stock. B: Everybody buys stock. A: I bought it on a hunch. B: You didn't read about the company first? A: I didn't have to. It's been in business for 60 years. B: So what's the problem? A: I used all my savings on this one company. B: You put all your eggs into one basket. A: If the company goes out of business, I'll have nothing. B: Oh, you'll have something—you'll have a lesson you'll never forget!
  • 50. I was going to be a doctor • A: I was going to be a doctor. B: What happened to your plans? A: I got a D in college chemistry. B: Well, a D is better than an F. A: A tutor helped me get the D! B: So, you didn't become a doctor. A: And now I'm glad that I didn't. B: Why's that? A: A hospital is the most dangerous place in the world. B: Oh, yes, because of all the killer germs. A: If you're a smart doctor, you stay away from hospitals. B: Yes, the smart doctors are those TV news doctors—no hospitals, no patients.
  • 51. What did the doctor say • A: What did the doctor say? B: He thinks I have too much stress. A: Stress causes your stomachaches? B: Stress causes different problems with different people. A: So what did he tell you to do? B: He said I need to think positive. A: He didn’t give you any medication? B: I hate medication. It makes me feel different. A: So how do you think positive? B: I think about nice things. A: Like what? B: Like a day at the beach, with my toes in the sand.
  • 52. Do you smell that? • A: Do you smell that? B: Oh, yes. A: I can’t stand cigarette smoke. B: It smells so bad. A: One cigarette stinks up the whole sidewalk. B: Smokers think they are so cool. A: They are so weak. B: A little cigarette controls them. A: They look so stupid taking a puff. B: And then they blow smoke out of their mouth. A: They think it’s cool. B: Cigarettes stink.
  • 53. My back is killing me • A: My back is killing me. B: What did you do? A: I got out of my car. B: That’s it? A: I injured my back one time just by sneezing. B: You should see a doctor. A: My doctor said I need surgery. B: So? A: So, forget it. B: You don’t have the money? A: I have no insurance. B: Maybe a back rub would help.
  • 54. Dirty Nails • A: Let’s leave. B: But we just got here. A: Did you see the waiter’s hands? B: No. A: He had dirty fingernails. B: Really? A: His nails were black! B: That’s disgusting. A: And he poured water into our glasses. B: Yuck! No water for me. A: I wonder if the cooks?nails are dirty, too. B: Who cares? Let’s get out of here.
  • 55. Remote is filthy • A: Our TV remote is filthy. B: Yes, it’s covered with crud. A: I’m going to clean it. B: Don’t use water on it! A: I’ll use a damp cloth. B: Don’t let water get into any of the cracks. A: I’ll squeeze the cloth so it’s almost dry. B: Don’t rub the numbers off the remote. A: I will rub gently but firmly. B: Do it quickly, please, so I can change channels during commercials. A: I’ll give it back to you in a couple of minutes. B: Maybe we should put it in a plastic bag to keep it clean.
  • 56. The new face • A: Did you see the woman with the new face? B: Did she get a nice job? A: She got a job with “everything? B: What do you mean? A: A team of doctors gave her a whole new face. B: Why did they do that? A: A mad dog bit most of her face off. B: Oh, that’s terrible. What does she look like now? A: Her face is really fat, but they say the swelling will go down. B: And then will she look normal again? A: I guess so. B: God bless modern medicine.
  • 57. A Good Lunch • A: Lunch was delicious. B: Thank you. A: What kind of soup was that? B: It was tomato soup. A: That tasted so good. B: I put lemon and butter in it. A: The sandwich was good, too. B: Everyone likes bacon and tomato sandwiches. A: Especially on toast. B: And the pickles were great, too. A: Tomorrow we’ll have rice and fish for lunch. B: I can’t wait.
  • 58. A Slow Burger • A: I can’t believe how long this line is. B: This is a popular restaurant, isn’t it? A: Yes, but it isn’t a fast-food restaurant, is it? B: It’s the slowest hamburger in town. A: That’s because they cook it while you wait. B: Yes. That’s why it’s also the best hamburger in town. A: A great burger and great service. B: Yes, the workers are very polite. A: And they’re clean. B: I’ve been coming here for years. A: Me too. B: Excuse me. They just called my number.
  • 59. Do I Hear $60,000? A: I don't believe the art world. B: What is it this time? A: An Andy Warhol drawing. B: He's a famous artist. A: He drew two butterflies and a flower on a napkin in a restaurant. B: Did he sign it? A: Yes. B: Is it beautiful? A: It's just black ink on a white napkin. And the napkin has food stains! B: So it's not worth much? A: Only about $30,000. B: Without the food stains, it would probably be worth more.
  • 60. Thanks for coming to my class • • • • • English web link have a look http://cdict.net/?q=+curator http://www.lyricstraining.com/index.php http://www.eslfast.com/easydialogs/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglis h/ • http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/chinese/learnenglish/features • http://www.talkenglish.com/

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